Number 2 on the list is .Co domains
Number 3 on the list is 3D & Holo Technology.
“From websites to energy sources, here are a few of the best recent tech advances that have slipped under the radar.”
“Solar powered everything”
2nd: .co domains
“A relative newcomer to the domain name scene, .co domain names slipped onto the market in mid-2010 with little fanfare. For consumers, however, this relative lack of news coverage could be a benefit as many desirable .co domains are still available for purchase.”
“Operating just like .com domains, .co sites are easily recognizable in a global economy and help businesses and organizations distinguish their site in an often cluttered field. ”
3rd on the list:
“”Once regarded as a futuristic pipe dream, holographic technology is quickly becoming a fascinating field of innovation. In late 2010, researchers announced that they were successfully able to take an object from one location and transmit it in 3-D motion to another location – an idea straight from science fiction.”
“Engineers hope to eventually improve the speed of which the transmitted image is refreshed by about 100 times which would, in effect, allow for true holographic “transportation.”
the 4th entry on the list is “Cloud computing”
With Apple paying $4.5 M for the iCloud.com domain it is undeniable that Cloud Computing will be huge.
The article winds up by saying:
“In a time of 24-hour news channels and up-to-the-minute live blogging, it’s difficult to imagine many technological innovations have escaped the glare of the Internet spotlight.”
Obviously The DailyReporter is not a reader of TheDomains.com where none of these “New exciting Tech Ideas” have flown under our radar.